The concept of Hospice originated in medieval times as a place of refuge on a difficult journey. Perhaps there is no more difficult journey than the one taken by terminally ill patients and their families. Hospice describes the care provided to terminally ill patients and their families, in the comfort, security, and privacy of their own home, or the Hospice Home.
With hospice, patients are allowed the opportunity to make their own decisions about how and where they wish to live the remainder of their lives, while continuing to receive a superior level of care. The beautiful 8-bed Hospice Home is designed to be a comfortable alternative to staying in the comfort of your own home.
There are many reasons why individuals choose to reside at the Hospice Home. The residential facility provides room and board including 24 hour a day nursing services if necessary to meet the individual needs of each resident. For more information or to schedule a tour call the Administrative Office at 307-856-1206.
Other services available: health van, Tough Enough to Help Cancer Fund, Transitions.